Talented performers will help officially start the festivities in Coventry when they take to the stage for an evening of entertainment.
A new five lane cricket net facility will soon be opening in a city park.
Next week, from Sunday 25 November, through until Monday 10 December, Coventry City Council will be raising awareness of Domestic Abuse through the 16 Days of Action campaign.
The life-changing work of The Pod is being highlighted on social media as part of a Local Government Association campaign to call for better funding for Adult Social Care.
Dozens of pupils from city schools have been helping to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War in which the children of Coventry held their own service of remembrance.
Coventry residents and their neighbouring businesses are a step closer to accessing next-generation full fibre connectivity for the very first time.
The Schools Espresso service (espresso.covlea.net) will be unavailable due to essential maintenance on Wednesday 21 November 2018. From approx 10am to 1pm.
Families with autistic children can benefit from weekly activity sessions and an autism friendly environment, at Tile Hill library.
The Random String Festival arrives in the city centre this month, bringing a fun weekend of digital artworks, interactive installations and hands-on activities.
Today, Coventry City Council and Partners from across the city came together to hold a Poverty Summit to show how it is tackling and will continue to tackle poverty in the city.
Coventry City Council has once again made a number of recycled laptops available for distribution to community groups and voluntary sector organisations across the city.
Cash for Kids, the charity of radio station Free Radio, has handed over a cheque for £18,119 to Acorns Children’s Hospice.
Coventry was named as the UK’s European City of Sport for 2019.
Two silhouette First World War soldiers now grace Greyfriars Green as a reminder of the sacrifice made by so many and a tribute to mark the 100th anniversary of the Armistice.
An award-winning author and journalist will present the Lord Mayor’s Annual Peace Lecture in St Mary’s Guildhall next week.
The Pod Cafe has been named in a list of the country's best vegan restaurants by national newspaper The Guardian.
School librarian, Nicki Cleveland, has made the School Library Association’s School Librarian Of The Year Honour List for her creative approach to support pupils in reading.
Coventry is celebrating yet another spectacular achievement in its sporting calendar as it is proud to announce securing the Europe Games.
Work has started to install average speed cameras to help improve safety on two of the city’s busiest roads.
Have your say on homelessness and housing in Coventry.
A message from the Lord Mayor of Coventry, Councillor John Blundell.
This Sunday, 11 November, sees the West Orchards Shopping Centre fall silent as 4000 poppy petals are dropped in memory of the country’s war heroes.
Coventry Libraries have put together a collection of books with a musical theme, in support of the city’s rich music heritage.
Work has started (5 November) on replacing bollards in Coventry city centre’s main square.
Twins Leslie Brain and Julia Conlon will be among the city 70-year-olds joining the Lord Mayor at a party with a Royal flavour later this month.
The HIV testing week campaign, which runs from 17 - 25 November 2018, reminds people about the importance of getting tested for HIV if they think they may have been at risk of contracting the virus.
Coventry City Council has been shortlisted in the ‘Council of the Year’ category for the Local Government Chronicle (LGC) Awards 2019.
Members of the public are invited to attend the annual Remembrance Sunday service at the city’s War Memorial Park.
Warwick University students joined forces with Council staff to renovate some railings at the historic London Road Cemetery.